In 2013 there will be internet on board the aircraft of Air France and KML
Good news for those who make long trips or those who need to be connected all the time: That the work is delayed and accumulate post! From 2013, Air France and KML, in partnership with Panasonic Avionics, offer internet in their flights.
Passengers can now send text messages, watch live TV, connect to their favorite networks. Price? So far nothing is known: Just to be a fixed rate.
What I have advanced is that during the trip offered a few free services: Destination information, online journals, news, television area … That is, there will be no time for boredom.
First tested in two aircraft model Boeing 777-300s from, one of Air France and a KML. And the possibility of using the Internet will be available to all passengers in all seats, not only in the first class. The idea is to connect via Wi-Fi from your PC, tablet or smartphone.
The truth is that it is a theme that brings in a while to all companies head to compete for providing this service on an ongoing basis and at a reasonable price as soon as possible.
And both the interest in keeping us all the time reported that as stated in these parts, the Federal Aviation Administration was testing so as not to disconnect or smart phones and tablets during takeoff or landing of aircraft .
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